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, the technology revolution, and the result of that profound economic transition is, you have this winner-take-all phenomenon where the very, very top is doing extremely well, but you're seeing a hollowing out of the middle class. that's kind of the core point that i make in my book. and then i go on to argue, when you have this extreme disparity in wealth, inevitably that translates into a disparity in political voice. and so the people at the very, very top who are pulling so far away from the rest of us really are increasingly able, not because they're mall shus -- this is not about a conspiracy -- >> is it the wealthy's fault? it sounds like what you're trying to say is that the wealthy should be blamed for that wealth disparity. >> no. actually, i don't argue that at all in my book, tyler. i think there are a lot of different forces going on, but where actually my book -- >> i don't buy your premise. when i look at the world today, hundreds of millions of people have emerged from poverty. they've emerged from poverty in india. and in china. and in different places in the world where
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